Police: Howard Rose arrested for firing shots at Jeep in Stamford

Investigators say they took Howard Rose, 25, into custody this morning at a Chapel Street home in Norwalk. They believe Rose jumped out from behind

Investigators say they took Howard Rose into custody this morning at a home in Norwalk.

Investigators say they took Howard Rose into custody this morning at a home in Norwalk. (5/21/13)

STAMFORD - Stamford police have made an arrest connected to gunfire in the city a month ago.

Investigators say they took Howard Rose, 25, into custody this morning at a Chapel Street home in Norwalk.

They believe Rose jumped out from behind a bush on Woodland Place last month and fired shots at a Jeep.

According to police, the person in the Jeep shot back at Rose. No one was hurt.

Rose is set to be in court tomorrow. He is being held on a $550,000 bond.

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